Physician Assistant (PA) Reviews

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Based on 1,328 responses, the job of Physician Assistant (PA) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.1 out of 5. On average, Physician Assistant (PA)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Physician Assistant (PA)?

February 2019
"Like walking on eggshells."
Physician Assistant (PA) in Dandridge:
Pros: My nurses
Cons: I feel underpaid and taken advantage of while having more responsibilities and seeing more patients than other physician assistants employed yet not compensated for working weekends and late evenings.
February 2019
"Very unappreciative work environment."
Physician Assistant (PA) in Kodak:
Pros: Patients
Cons: Management
February 2019
"A great city with great opportunity."
Physician Assistant (PA) in Portland:
Pros: So much to see and do
Cons: Nothing
March 2019
Physician Assistant (PA) in Mount Vernon:
Pros: People are nice, friendly and intelligent
Cons: When speaking with other colleagues I have recently found out that my pay scale is extremely low
April 2019
"It is fine."
Physician Assistant (PA) in Murrieta:
Pros: My patients
Cons: Office drama
April 2019
Physician Assistant (PA) in Statesville:
Piedmont Healthcare (PHC) is great company / health group. Only bad thing I could talk about is their EHR - Allscripts is a horrible EHR. PHC takes care of its employees with better than average pay and benefits.
May 2019
"It’s an awesome environment, and it’s great just helping people and helping doctors perform surgeries."
Physician Assistant (PA) in Draper:
Pros: I really like the surgeries and just helping my patients get the best medications they need.
Cons: I love everything, sometimes it can get a little stressful because too many patients visiting